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MSNBC
Dec 26, 2012 12:00pm PST
. ask that is an incredible idea. i am here in washington and my fellow cyclists are up in new york, it doesn't matter where you are this holiday week. you are probably talking about the nasty weather. that's what we are talking about here too. weather channel meteorologist karl parker takes his turn in the cycle. next. . >>> developing now, a massive post christmas weather mess is sweeping across the country. hundreds of flights have been canceled from the midwest to the northeast. mother nature is fliing into next. carl parker is live from the weather channel headquarters in atlanta. it's not been a picnic down there either. >> it's been a long period that we have been watching the storm. it will continue to be in our hair for a couple of days, but only a windy rain storm for the most part. let's take a look at where it is and show you what's going on with the system. we are watching this intense area of low pressure and big feed of moisture along the east side of that area of low pressure. that is driving in warmer air and so it's again going to be a rain storm. there will be qui
MSNBC
Dec 21, 2012 12:00pm PST
to newark. even though he spenz his time in new york. >> i love cory booker. leave him alone. >> the one republican here loves cory booker. >> so now the big issue he wants to represent in 2014, he wants to run for president. 2014 you have a democratic, frank lautenberg who will be 90 in 2014. he's not said he's retiring. frank lautenberg made the biggest mistake he left the senate after three terms. he left the senate. he was miserable for two years he told everybody who asked the biggest mistake he ever made. he caught a break in 2002 when they put him back on the ballot. take a lot to get him out of there but booker could beat him. >> the e.r.a. the potential race that i'm excited about, sanford v sanford an i'm not talking about the 1891 supreme court case. i'm talking about mark appalachian trail sanford who is rumored to want to run for tim scott's south carolina '01 seat but in a too good to be true twist so does his ex-wife jenni. >> love it. >> amazing. >> it is a movie. >> i hope this happens just so we can talk about it for however long that lasts. >> is this a woody allen mov
MSNBC
Dec 5, 2012 12:00pm PST
by the finest new york city's finest. has to offer. kids who had never been in the system before. were good kids. lower middle class kids with good grades, were artists, baseball players and trying to cooperate and saying, look, we know you're a good guy. she's saying you did it. if you say we think she did it, you can go home. it's now 30 hours, parents are pacing outside. sometimes they're allowed to be in with you. when they're not, they're really in your face an you think, as he said in the clip he showed, that they're going to kill you. you think maybe i'm implicate them and then go home. it was a circular firing squad. and in retrospect, watching this i went in thinking how would you possibly confess? i was in new york at the time going, what's wrong with ourรง cities? what's wrong with the parenti parentings? what's wrong? you can see how easily when you're stuck in some false narrative as the cops and prosecutors did and the truth is a train leaving the station and your train going in a different direction and the media's demanding this and buying it and not questioning it. you realize
MSNBC
Dec 28, 2012 12:00pm PST
and begins in new york city. there's other sports throughout. >> like what? >> tunisian basketball state. >> a lot of things. but krystal insisted on radically expanding the reach of the sports coverage of washington, d.c. we have now -- middle america, we are talking now. we have new york and washington sports. >> really representative. >> no television -- few television moments of 2012 compared to krystal reading the newt gingrich press release which was amazing. they'll study it on "inside the actor's studio" for years to come. you read it better than he could have done and that's saying a lot. >> thank you. i'm proud. i am proud of that moment. i think i had some dramatic flourishes that i will -- >> right. standing the tortured metaphor, one last time. you don't need to look in to a chrrystal ball. "the cycle" loved one person above all, so here "the cycle's" person of the year is jennifer granholm. >> in ohio! 150,000 jobs! and in the great state of michigan! 211,000 good-paying, american jobs! all across america! manufacturing is rebounding! why? excuse me, sir i'm gonna have to a
MSNBC
Dec 7, 2012 12:00pm PST
meeting with suzanne. new york does need a mayor with more fashionable frays. speaking of spectacles word is steve is cheating on "the cycle"ist with another team. is he up for a move? who am i? i'll never tell, but i can tell you that apparently gossip like that or something like that is good for you. let's backspin on it. >> that was pretty good. that was good. that was good. >> we do have a point here, other than me pretending to be gossip girl. there is a new study. a team of psychologists found na gossiping in the workplace helps worker productivity. people report that they're gossiping to talk about people who shirked responsibility. this was interesting. nine out of ten everyday conversations are actually gossip. it's also used to sort of -- >> nine out of ten? >> isn't that crazy? >> wow. and used to warn colleagues about our colleagues not pulling their weight. this apparently makes people more productive. it's interesting to think about in evolutionary terms, i think we have a human psychology of identifying who our group is and reinforcing who we are and who our people are. who
MSNBC
Dec 3, 2012 12:00pm PST
central park five about the central park jogger case that riveted new york and most of america in 1989 and 1990 by ken burns who we will have on this show on wednesday. a 29-year-old white woman from wall street was found raped and beaten savagely. it appeared unlikely she would survive. a group of 30 black and brown boys had been moving through the park that night beating up a homeless man and a male jogger but they never saw the female jogger. police picked up five. them, taen ateenagers all. held them for 30 hours and demanded they tell them about the crime they did not witness. the boys implicated each other because they were scared, stressed, and coerced by the police. the d.a.'s office later says the boy's accounts had discrepancies. dna couldn't place them at the bloody scene. the boys were said by police and media to have been in a wolf pack and to have been wilding reducing them to animals and violent beasts. they never had a chance. they were convicted and served their full sentences before another man came forward to confess, producing accurate details and dna that was at th
MSNBC
Dec 14, 2012 12:00pm PST
right now. "the cycle" will pick things up from here. >>> 3:00 here in new york. five hours and 90 miles from the mass shooting. we have been following it for you throughout the day ones ms. speaking of newtown, population 27,000, reeling this afternoon along with a stunned nation, after a gunman opened fire just after the start of class this morning. federal sources say he was 24 years old with two guns and shot dead. the suspect reportedly from hoboken made the hour or so trip up north to sanly hook elementary school where his mother taught kindergarten. we're hearing that victims were found inside the kindergarten classroom and inside the principal's office. new jersey governor chris christie expected to speak momentarily about the suspect. connecticut's governor up live this hour, as well. an update this hour from hospital. monitoring that for you. meantime, back in connecticut state police updated the very early investigation a short time ago. >> there were several fatalities at the scene. both students and staff. there is no information relative to that. that's being released at t
MSNBC
Dec 27, 2012 12:00pm PST
and well here. >>> i'm steve kornacki in new york. doesn't matter where you are. we are going to slide down the slope if a deal isn't reached. some faster than others. today, what you don't hear in all of this. straight talk when it comes to your wallet. >>> i'm toure. a big day today. anti-fragile. chaos can be good. oh, we'll make them mad today. >> maybe a little too much chaos for us who's still feeling under the weather, s.e. but we have a whole hour of "the cycle" starting right now. >>> it's basketball thursday here on "the cycle" and we have a classic for you as we relate dr. nasmith to the fiscal whatever here in washington. we take you to washington for last night's cavaliers-wizards game, a classic between the boehner-led cavs at 6-23 against the harry reid wizards at 3-22. pay attention, kornacki. cleveland won. the final was 87-84. this even though cleveland's best player irving missed 9 out of 10 shots in the second half and missed 4 out of 6 free-throws with no one guarding him. >> ouch. >> as for my wizards, four turnovers in the final five minutes falling to 3 wins and 23 l
MSNBC
Dec 6, 2012 12:00pm PST
an extraordinary sentence in the "new york times" this morning. many house republicans appear to view mr. boehner with the same sort of respect that adult children award their parents for the sage counsel they ignored in their younger days, which is amazing and i've long thought of some of the republicans as children. so it's interesting that now we call them adult children. how has speaker boehner corralled his caucus to respect him and work with him and be on board with him when we know it's -- they like discipline over there, but it's a raucous group as well. >> he had to do it the hard way. we haven't seen a modern speaker have to do it this way. the way he had to do it was allow the nuts to run things for a couple of years and see where that got them. so he couldn't get any control over these kinds of people, you know, a year ago, two years ago, and he has got to show them, look. we did it your way. we allowed you crazy tea party indulgences here and took all the votes on basically changing and ends medicare as we know it. we lost a bunch of elections because of it, including the presidency.
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2012 12:00pm PST
you can see acceptable? >> new york city i really can't. and the kind of things we are talking about, even if they're not -- may not be acceptable to me ever but talking about a version of the changed cpi, the president already said social security is off the table because it is not driving the deficit. that's kind of weird. changes to medicare eligibility again or changes to medicare payments or whatever, it's really complicated to negotiate but i have to say i agree with you, steve. i'm -- i wish that the president hadn't taken the 14th amendment off the table because we're all saying, well, nothing should be off the table. why is that off the table and even if it's tough thing to pull off in the long run? i think that this mania for a fiscal cliff deal is disturbing but i think the president could say -- promise virtually anything at this point. i don't think he gets a deal because john boehner has crazy member who is will never let him to agree to the tax rates the president will hold the line on and he's kind of safe in that way because i don't think that there will be a deal. >
MSNBC
Dec 13, 2012 12:00pm PST
, at least publicly is like tonight's l.a. lakers/new york knicks game, former knicks coach mike d'antoni, consider him to be like boehner and some say star and real coach, kobe bryant, an eric carpet facing you carmelo anthony, man that drove d'antoni to defeat last year, let's say he represents the winning side. can i get an obama? all right. enough. we now bring in nbc news political director chief correspondent and host of the daily run down, chuck todd, armed with poll numbers burdened by the washington wizards and the miami hurricanes on the court so, chuck, what are the numbers telling us and more importantly, what are you hearing? >> on the cliff run, it is clear the president has public opinion on his side in an enormous way when it comes to the tax issue, but you also see there is a downside for him -- there already is plenty of down sfirtd republican but downside for him, if no deal happened, there is going to be sort of a collective public anger at washingtowashin. the way second term president cis work, you have basically one good calendar year to get stuff passed. the
MSNBC
Dec 20, 2012 12:00pm PST
start with the new york knicks and the nets. we'll get to d.c. too. so you know, really compromise in there. >> talks to the heartland, people, there. >> all right, guys. the last two times these teams met it was the nail bite we are fans not sure who would be ahead at the final buzz. on wednesday, the latest, knick star anthony returned to the hardwood coming off a sprained left ankle giving the knicks a commanding lead in the second half as house speaker boehner is dominating fiscal talks throwing the plan "b" on the court or the morning after bill. thank you, s.e. for this. >> welcome. >> nice one for this. >> he's calling a house vote on it tonight. >> the president has called on the house again and again to pass a bill to protect 98% of the american people from a tax hike. today we'll do better than that. our bill protects 99.81% of the american people from an increase in taxes. it's permanent tax relief for individuals. >> but even if it works in the house, the dem-controlled senate said they won't call a vote on it. >> until republicans take up this -- our bill in the house,
MSNBC
Dec 17, 2012 3:00pm EST
funerals. two students will be laid to rest this afternoon. first is jack pinto. a new york giants fan. smart kid. number 8, victor cruz, on sunday the giants star cruz wore jack's name on the cleats. also being laid to rest today, 6-year-old noah pozner calling his twin sister his best friend. she was in another classroom and she survived. nbc's michelle franzen is outside noah's funeral not far from sandy hook elementary. michelle, what is the mood throughout? >> reporter: well, toure, just a short time ago within the last hour, the funeral services for noah pozner finished here after a very emotional sermon and services that we're told that occurred inside. family and friends and people who didn't even know little noah showing up here to show support for the family. a local rabbi who also attended the services spoke after those funeral services. he said and described noah as a pure and innocent child who brought joy to his family and to his community. and he also described how noah's mom found the strength to also speak inside those services today describing her son as her little ma
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